StarStop Freeze Motion Camera

Capturing and analysing high speed events has never been easier with the introduction of the StarStop™ freeze motion camera kit.

The camera has been designed specifically to capture and record a large number of images in a short period of time that can be downloaded rapidly for later review.

To obtain the best possible performance, the camera includes an advanced sensor with high-sensitivity and wide dynamic range, further enhanced by individual pixel response pre-calibration, resulting in consistent and reliable images over the whole pixel array.

An on-board circular memory buffer can be used to capture images before, during and after a critical event. High intensity, strobe lighting units freeze any type of high speed movement with nanosecond precision.

Low latency triggers enable the fastest events to be captured. With an advanced strobe sequencer output available as an optional upgrade, multiple images can even be captured within a single frame.

The StartStop camera is supplied as a complete package with camera, strobe lighting units, lens, cables, power supply, I/O terminal block, software and manuals all fitted into a single, robust case.




Sensor CMOS 1280 x 1024 pixel global shutter, progressive scan
Format 1 1/3”, 23mm diagonal, 14 μm pixel size
Image 10 bit ADC, 16 bit in memory, 55 dB dynamic range
Record 605 frames at full resolution in under 1.5 sec
Lighting Invisible 905 nm, min. pulse 30 ns, Class 1 eye-safe
Power Camera and dual strobe lighting units, 12V DC, 20 W (typical)
Connectors Power, trigger input, 4 strobe outputs, 12 pin general purpose I/O, RJ45 Ethernet
Interface Plug-and-Play GeniCam compliant GigEVision connectivity
Dimensions Camera: 80x80x104 mm, laser strobe units: 45x70x75 mm
Weight Camera: 900 g, illumination units: 250 g (each)
Software Odim™ control and capture software, C++, C#, .NET SDK support, documentation and examples
GPIO 12 pin GPIO, 4 channels trigger input (1x high-speed), 7 x strobe output (3x logic, 3x open drain, 1x high-speed)
Filtering Horizontal and vertical user configurable FIR filters (width up to 16 pixels), can be used to implement real-time image filtering e.g. Gaussian, boxcar, derivative etc.
Digital Gain Onboard control of digital gain, contrast, and brightness
Sequencer Optional four channel sequencer (5V / 50 Ohm), arbitrary burst pulse generation synchronous with camera exposure

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